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    Fair winds and calm waters, COLIN.
    About
    Medically retired prototype engineer, although my brain still functions, my body tries to stop my modelling I persevere.
    Members Harbour
    Sea Commander
    Originally built in the late 1950's by my dad, and rescued from his attic 22 years ago, it had major delamination problems, a seized propshaft, no rc kit only an ancient Taycol Supermarine motor which was ready for the scrap bin, but Doug in Munich offered to resurrect it, and I was actually amazed at how efficient it is now its refitted along with the special Doug converter box. 25amp water cooled esc, flysky 6 channel rx. All ppowered by the 12 volt 7amp hour battery.
    Fishing boat SHANNON
    My first scratch built boat, in 2002 when I was waiting for a broken ankle to mend. Sails okay but easily affected by the wind. I used up my balsa offcuts to build from a plan downloaded from internet. 6volt nicads 2000mah lasts between 35 to 45 minutes. 380 motor, 10 amp esc.
    My first boat.
    This little pond yacht was a 5th birthday present from my grandad in March 1954. Sailed regularly and is great fun. No control only luck and the wind. In the 67 years I have owned it has had three sets of sails and been repainted only once.
    Dart Belle Paddle Steamer.
    Model acquired from the builder in 2017, he originally scratch built it in the 1960's. It performs quite nicely and is steered with independent paddle drive as well as rudder. Uses a 6volt sla battery.
    Academy Kingfisher
    This boat was given to me by a bird watcher who saw me sailing another of my boats on local private lake. He said he built from a kit in 1970. It came with a McGregor RC System included in its original box.
    Westeriffe
    Bought from another modeller on this site, built to a very good standard. Working lights, Fire fighting water canon. Powered by Robbe Power 1000 Motor.
    (Tug Boat) VALIANT
    This tug was built by a modeler in Bristol during the early 1960's it was given to me at the Abergavenny Steam and vintage show in 2016 by the makers grandson who told me it had been on display in his mums house from 1970 when his grandad died till 1987 when she died then put in his parents attic till it was given to me. it had a couple of holes in the hull and the upper works had been broken so required fixing. not having any pictures I used all the original bits that came with it so I hope it looks as it should. it's made mostly from balsa with some wooden bits and replacement planking from coffee stirrers otherwise all original. it requires 2 x 12v 7ah lead acid batteries and about 5 kilograms of ballast. (Silver Sand in 500grm packs). On the only test run I've managed to tow a 16 foot fishing boat with three men on my local fishing lake. (Motor: geared 540) (ESC: 20amp MTroniks Viper marine) (8/10)
    (Tug Boat) Emanuel
    Built in 1954 by my Grandad. Construction is Bread and Butter in Balsa originally a free sail model but now converted to RC. 27mhz.was given to me on my 5th birthday. Not sailed for over 25 years, but now happy sailing for short runs as prop shaft leaks slightly. (ESC: Mtronics Viper Marine 20amp) (8/10)
    (Other) project X
    Given as project, no known details of origins as yet. (Motor: Ripmax) (ESC: Viper Marine) (5/10)
    (Working Vessel) Rust Bucket
    This is my latest restoration project. its built completely of metal and is in a terrible condition although the hull seems to be water tight. The motor and prop-shaft and prop is listed in a BASSETT LOWKE catalogue dating from 1936, so the boat age is unknown but my guess would be late 30's to 1950. All guesses acknowledged. (Motor: BASSETT LOWKE) (5/10)
    (Pleasure Craft) FAIREY HUNTSMAN (KATHY'S CLOWN)
    Just rescued from ebay seller who had it in storage since he inherited it in 1976, it was Fairey Huntsman, scratch built sometime in early 60's by his father who used to sail it near Manchester. its fitted with a SANWA 2F-2M RC system which seems to be still functioning. I will be doing restoration over the next few months, as there are a few cracks showing along most of the seems and I will need to sand and seal and repaint. (Motor: Marx) (ESC: Speed King) (5/10)
    (Pleasure Craft) sea scout
    This boat was one of my dads from the late 1950's. It's an aerokits sea scout. Now fitted with a MabuchI motor of unknown power, but undergoing test running with 6 Volts, seem more than adequate, Belt drive to propshaft. (Motor: Mabuchi) (5/10)
    (Pleasure Craft) MV Caroline
    This model is a scratch built 1/15th scale model of an Ocean going pleasure craft built in 1964 by my late father. it was originally powered by a large bosch windscreen wiper motor, but has been replaced with an MFA RE 800 stock motor running from 2 x 12V sla batteries. Dry weight 13.2 Kilos. Last sailed in 1992 on open sea at Aberystwyth, I was on my dads fishing boat watching as dad sailed her the full length of the south beach and back into the harbour. Now ready to relaunch on Saturday 10th June 2017 at WMBC open day. (Motor: MFA . RE800) (ESC: Fusion Aquapower AQP128) (9/10)
    (Fire Boat) Mk2 firefloat 93
    This boat was originally built with my dad's help (mostly him), in about 1959/60 my first powered model and originally had a small diesel engine (E.D.I Think.)And no radio gear. But now fitted with electric motor and radio gear with working monitors and lights.hope to finish restoration in time for spring launch. (Motor: Mannesmann Clash21 ) (ESC: Mtronics sport tuned 20) (8/10)
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    ๐Ÿ“ For sale 1/12 scale model of Trent Class Lifeboat George and Mary Webb
    22 hours ago by Colin H ( Vice Admiral)
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    Sebastion I am still waiting for a reply to the private messages I have sent to you.
    Please get in touch ASAP.
    Cheers Colin.
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    ๐Ÿ“ For sale 1/12 scale model of Trent Class Lifeboat George and Mary Webb
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    That wouldn't work as she only has the one now, and as she has inherited her uncles collection of vintage model trucks (573) but as they are all boxed and packed in storage cases which only take up about the same space as my 5 tugs. I am happy to thin down my collection as I haven't got a lifeboat yet.
    Just hope he gets back to me with details of how I can buy it.
    Cheers Colin.
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    ๐Ÿ“ For sale 1/12 scale model of Trent Class Lifeboat George and Mary Webb
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    Sh....... jb you'll get me in bother again.
    No it's fine she has okayed it, as long as I get rid of some models.
    Cheers Colin.
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    ๐Ÿ“ For sale 1/12 scale model of Trent Class Lifeboat George and Mary Webb
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    Good morning Sebastian, that's a definite yes from me. Check your private message box, I've sent you my details.
    Cheers Colin.
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    ๐Ÿ“ For sale 1/12 scale model of Trent Class Lifeboat George and Mary Webb
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    Good afternoon, it looks a great model, what are you asking for it. Bearing in mind it would need to be sent by courier.
    Cheers Colin.
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: First Sail
    18 days ago by Colin H ( Vice Admiral)
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    That's one beautiful sailing boat.
    She looks so realistic on the water.
    Well done shipmate, cheers Colin.
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    ๐Ÿ“ The Numbers game for props.
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    Gary, the details of prop are :- m4 = size of thread on propshaft and in propeller.
    :- 35 = 35mm diameter of propeller.
    Not sure about the S but could mean sport
    Cheers Colin.
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Michelle
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    Good solid looking boat, nice gift should last you years .
    Cheers Colin.
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    ๐Ÿ“ Hello again
    24 days ago by Colin H ( Vice Admiral)
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    Well shipmate, you certainly got the point that time,
    But take care, leave the wife to do the gardening.
    Stay safe and keep yourself well, cheers Colin.
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    ๐Ÿ“ Looking for these
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    Could be these handle grips on ships wheel. Pictures from Tajin.
    Cheers Colin.
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    ๐Ÿ“ Hectic weekend at Abergavenny.
    26 days ago by Colin H ( Vice Admiral)
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    JB, your not wrong, but if a little encouragement can be offered I have found that youngsters will give it a go.
    As I've told those who show interest, if they are happy with what they make then it's a good model. I have models that wouldn't win prizes for looks but they do what they were built for, SAILING.
    I used to take a few models to the local canal and let the local kids have a go, most of who now build their own, so I must be doing something right.
    Cheers Colin.
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Lobster Boat
    26 days ago by Colin H ( Vice Admiral)
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    Nice model, you've done a great job shipmate. Love the details, nice clean lines.
    Cheers Colin.
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    ๐Ÿ“ Hectic weekend at Abergavenny.
    26 days ago by Colin H ( Vice Admiral)
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    Ron in the UK we have hundreds of similar events throughout the summer.
    This particular one I enjoyed chatting to some tourists from Quebec and Montreal .
    They also said events like ours aren't available back home.
    As I have a collection of mostly vintage boats I attend as many vintage and steam shows as life let's me.
    Cheers Colin.
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    26 days ago by Colin H ( Vice Admiral)
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    Tajin, they look like miniature modelling tools.
    Interesting ends .
    The handles look like belaying pins or miniature pub beer pump handles.
    Where did you get them from.
    Cheers Colin.
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    ๐Ÿ“ Hectic weekend at Abergavenny.
    27 days ago by Colin H ( Vice Admiral)
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    Thanks for your comments, I have a sore throat after answering all the enquiries.
    One little boy aged 9 showed me a photo of him helping his grandad at Cwmbran boating lake with a lovely model fishing boat.
    I was also promised a couple of boats from people that had them but didn't know how to finish building the models left by deceased relatives.
    The show organising committee have promised to install a temporary pool for next year's show, and asked me to demonstrate my boats on water, they also asked if any clubs or individuals would join me in my endeavours to generate interest in model boats.
    The show is very diverse and interesting for all ages and helps preserve our heritage. I have been displaying at this show for 25 years and will carry on as long as I am able.
    Sail on shipmates, happy boating to you all, cheers Colin.
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    ๐Ÿ“ Hectic weekend at Abergavenny.
    28 days ago by Colin H ( Vice Admiral)
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    Have just had a hectic weekend at the Abergavenny Steam and Vintage Rally.
    Thanks to Nerys for dropping in to chat with me.
    Here are the photos of my Saturday display.
    Got a few youngsters interested in building and sailing, so hopefully new club members in the making.
    A lot of interest in my Sea Commander with the Taycol Supermarine motor.
    The show organisers have promised to have a pool next year, so models can be demonstrated on water.
    The show will be on Bank Holiday Sunday and Monday next year so if anyone is interested in displaying and demonstrating, then please let me know.
    Cheers Colin.
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    ๐Ÿ“ New Acquisition
    1 month ago by Colin H ( Vice Admiral)
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    Nice find Nerys. Check your emails.
    Cheers Colin.
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Bit more progress
    2 months ago by Colin H ( Vice Admiral)
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    That's a good ploy boatshed, let her buy one and tell her you will help her with it, my wife has 3 now??? But she thinks it's normal for her to share in the modelling, which is lucky for me, and I help her with her dolls houses. I do the technical stuff and she does the fidddley bits that my arthritis stops me doing.
    Cheers Colin.
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Zwarte Zee
    2 months ago by Colin H ( Vice Admiral)
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    Simple portholes can be made from brass eyelets filled with clear epoxy resin.
    Cheers Colin.
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Finishing the basic deck and starting cabin structure
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    Thanks Sy, most helpful.
    Cheers Colin.
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Finishing the basic deck and starting cabin structure
    2 months ago by Colin H ( Vice Admiral)
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    Great work Sy, just a quick question about using styrene sheet, what glue do you use as I have a couple of models that could be finished with styrene.
    Sorry for my ignorance on this subject shipmate, I'm used to wood and metal.
    Cheers Colin.
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    ๐Ÿ“ Help finding SLA alternatives.
    2 months ago by Colin H ( Vice Admiral)
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    Thanks Jonathan, I have found a direct lifepo replacement for my sla 12v 7ah battery. At only 35% of sla weight.
    It has a dedicated charger with it and free postage all for ยฃ55.
    So won't have to save too long. Cheers Colin.
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    ๐Ÿ“ Help finding SLA alternatives.
    2 months ago by Colin H ( Vice Admiral)
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    Thanks guys for the great information, as most of my fleet are using vintage electronics and it is important to keep this format for my vintage shows.
    The few I use for personal pleasure could be converted so I will need to start saving my pocket money or add items to my Xmas list.
    The LIFE battery solution sounds really good apart from the cost.
    NimH cells could possibly be my option to try as I have a few cell packs from my cars and quad copter.
    I'll let you know how I get on.
    Cheers Colin.
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    ๐Ÿ“ Help finding SLA alternatives.
    2 months ago by Colin H ( Vice Admiral)
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    Thanks Rudy, as I only have 1 boat with a brushless motor I think lipo's can stay in the shop.
    Have considered building nimh battery packs and running in parallel to get a better runtime but may end up as heavy as my sla's. A couple of my boats have twin and triple 12v 7ah sla's. It saves on ballast and gives all day usage.
    Cheers Colin.
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    ๐Ÿ“ Help finding SLA alternatives.
    2 months ago by Colin H ( Vice Admiral)
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    Good evening all, after taking my sea commander out last weekend for a test run I've decided to look for a lighter alternative.
    Currently all but one of my boats run on sla's either 6 or 12 volt. mostly 12v 7ah which weigh in at 2.2kgs. the 6v 7ah weigh in at 1.32kgs.
    So the big question is what are the best replacements for these batteries to save on weight without losing the long run times and ease of charging.
    Up to now I've always used sla's or nicad's and nimh's.
    So can I get what I need without mega costs as I'm a cash strapped pensioner.
    Cheers Colin.
    P.S. no experience of lipo's.
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    ๐Ÿ“ Hello again
    2 months ago by Colin H ( Vice Admiral)
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    Good to hear you are getting better Marky, missed your input.
    Take care shipmate, cheers Colin.
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    ๐Ÿ’ฌ Re: Sea Commander
    2 months ago by Colin H ( Vice Admiral)
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    Thanks Doug, no way but forward now, as you say I've had to wait a long time to get her on the water again.
    But now as hopefully my health improves I'll get to finish it. The motor is super quiet in use, and runs so smoothly right down to 52rpm.
    I might even fit my other Supermarine in my other sea commander as I think it is running at a much truer scale speed.
    I'm using singer sewing machine oil for the brushes.
    Thanks again shipmate for your help in restoring the motor.
    Did you do anything with the KG V.
    Cheers Colin.
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    ๐Ÿ“ Vintage Sea Commander Sea trials.
    2 months ago by Colin H ( Vice Admiral)
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    Good evening Dave, I don't appear to get any sparking if the brushes are oiled correctly, only if allowed to dry out.
    I did a test at night without light and no sparking.
    Cheers Colin.
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    ๐Ÿ“ Sea Commander
    2 months ago by Colin H ( Vice Admiral)
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    Originally built in the late 1950's by my dad, and rescued from his attic 22 years ago, it had major delamination problems, a seized propshaft, no rc kit only an ancient Taycol Supermarine motor which was ready for the scrap bin, but Doug in Munich offered to resurrect it, and I was actually amazed at how efficient it is now its refitted along with the special Doug converter box.
    25amp water cooled esc, flysky 6 channel rx. All ppowered by the 12 volt 7amp hour battery.
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    ๐Ÿ“ Vintage Sea Commander Sea trials.
    2 months ago by Colin H ( Vice Admiral)
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    Good evening guys and gals, my dad's old Sea Commander finally in the water after more than 20 years waiting for my rebuild.
    A big thanks to Doug over in Munich for rebuilding the ancient Taycol Supermarine motor for me, and his converter box, which allows it to run in forward and reverse, and use a modern esc and 2.4ghz rc system.
    After a long wait for a chance to sail her my son offered to carry it to my local lake which doesn't have easy access, and my 7 year old grandson took the controls whilst his dad filmed it using a smartphone.
    It ran really smoothly, didn't take on water, water cooling worked efficiently. My only fear is that the battery is a bit on the heavy side. So may change from 12v 7ah sla. To a lighter 4ah one.
    Tell me what you think.
    Cheers Colin.
    https://youtu.be/ytUp5Ju9n4Q
    https://youtu.be/ytUp5Ju9n4Q
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